Illinois Home SearchThe Best Illinois Home Search is more than access to the most Illinois MLS Listings with updates every 15-minutes. It also links you to “Real Estate Savings Centers” in the following areas where you can receive Illinois Home Buyer Rebates and Illinois MLS Listing Savings to help ensure you get the Very Best deal when buying or selling an Illinois Home.

Illinois MLS Listing SavingsIllinois MLS Listing Savings – Since the Buyer Brokers and Buyer Agents at The Real Estate Savings Center pay little or no fees to be a Network Member, they can afford to be most generous when it comes to the Illinois MLS Listing Savings they offer you on your choice of their professional Home Marketing, and Selling Solutions.

Illinois Home Buyer RebatesIllinois Home Buyer Rebates – The price you pay for the property you buy typically includes both the Seller’s Agent Fee and your Realtor’s commission. It’s your money, why wouldn’t you want a substantial Home Buyer Rebate on any home you might find on the best local MLS Search Sites, Realtor.com, or Zillow? You can make free “Home Buyer Savings Requests” at The Real Estate Savings Center. Plus you can use the Rebate Calculator below to calculate the savings offers received based on your purchase price.

Illinois MLS ListingsAs indicated by the Rebate Calculator provided, The United States Department of Justice is committed to helping preserve competition in the real estate industry through its competition advocacy efforts. Given that Illinois allows real estate brokers to provide rebates to consumers and to customize their real estate service offerings to meet their customers’ needs, the Department of Justice has not advocated that Illinois change any of its real estate laws or regulations.

Illinois’s minimum service provision requires real estate brokers entering into exclusive brokerage agreements to accept and present offers and counteroffers and answer their clients’ questions in every real estate transaction.

In 2008, a bill prohibiting broker rebates was introduced into the General Assembly. The Department of Justice wrote a letter on February 21, 2008 opposing the bill. The bill was not voted out of committee.

In 2009, a bill was introduced in the General Assembly that would extend the life of the minimum services statute until 2020. On March 9, 2009, the Department of Justice wrote a letter opposing renewal of this provision of the Illinois Real Estate Licensing Act. The legislature passed the bill in October 2009.

You can CONTACT ME if you should have any specific questions: Jay@TheRESC.com

Jay Rogers, Realtor®, and Real Estate Consultant

Owner of The Real Estate Savings Center, LLC